Sports: Marvel Custom Solutions and ESPN have turned out some new Tim Tebow art for SportsCenter. So far he's not "Tebowing" in any of it, though.
Legal: Antarctic Press has assented to a Temporary Restraining Order in federal court that will prohibit the company from selling its Diary of a Wimpy Kid parody books Diary of a Zombie Kid products following a lawsuit by Diary of a Wimpy Kid's Wimpy Kid, Inc.
TV: AMC will run a full series The Walking Dead mar
Humor: Freaking News imagines Wonder Woman during the Renaissance.
Gaming: Official confirmation of a Pokémon Gray might be coming on December 17.
History: Glenn Hauman's 2007 recount of the piracy of Kyle Baker's "Letitia Lerner, Superman's Babysitter" story serves as an example of how -- rig
Art: Flavorwire collects celebrity paper dolls, including Voltron Lady Gaga.
Locomotion: A Doraemon train in Japan run by Odakyu Electric Railway unintentionally broke the law by effectively advertising for the anime character and will remove the decorations in October.
Upcoming: IDW has announced, The Death of Optimus
Promos: Marvel is running a promo to put a winning fan's face on the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #669 in September. Marvel points you in the direction of your local retailer for details.
Toys: Burger King's of
Hasbro's treated toy collectors to their share of Iron Man 2 action figures, but there's something extra special about the hyper-posable and accessory-packed Mark VI suit Revoltech coming from Kaiyodo. Why, it
Kazuhiko Kato's "Lupin III" manga and assorted anime series may star the world's greatest thief, but there's a chance Revoltech's upcoming action figures based on the Frenchman's adventures won't end up stealing your heart
I am deeply in love with "Trigun." Seriously, how could anyone resist a world where bounty hunters run around looking to earn "double dollars," lone wolf preachers carry heavily armed crosses on their backsides, and planets with names like Gunsmoke actually exist? That's not even mentioning Vash the Stampede - the $$60 Billion Man is awesome enough as is in animated form, but toy manufacturing company Kaiyodo is upgrading the character's badass factor by bringing us the Revoltech Trigun's Vash The Stampede action figure
Kaiyodo's line of super-articulated action figures lends itself well to any number of properties, but its latest Batman in the form of Christian Bale's "Dark Knight" (a.k.a. Sci-Fi Revoltech #008) persona seems especially ripe for the accessory-laden line